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Flashback: Big Bad Wolf (Contest — 3 Winners)
Saturday, June 16th, 2018

I’ve been writing for a while. I have numerous series, standalone titles, and short stories. If you’ve never read or barely read me, I can keep you busy for a while! 🙂

One of my first series, that’s still ongoing, is my Night Fall series. It’s near and dear to my heart. And there are 14 stories in the series, so far. The last title I released was Big Bad Wolf, which I adored. What wasn’t to love? A rugged, backwoods wolf with no love for vampires. A vampire with every reason to hate wolves… Of course, they had to fall in love. And there will be more stories. So, dive in. None of them are terribly long. You can consume them like candy. I dare you to give them a try…

Comment for a chance to win your choice of download from among the stories shown below! I’ll pick three winners!

Click on the covers to learn more about the stories!

Sm(b)itten Truly, Madly ... Deadly Knight in Transition Wolf in Plain Sight 
Night Fall On Dark Mountain Frannie and the Private Dick Sweet Succubus Truly, Madly...Werely (Night Fall Book 9) Bad to the Bone
Long Howl Good Night  Big Bad Wolf Silent is the Knight

Big Bad Wolf
Big Bad Wolf

Ginnie Martin is a badass. She was born that way one horror-filled night. Forged in blood—her own and her family’s. All were ravaged by savage beasts. Her vampire savior recruited her to fight with his small army against the creatures responsible for her devastating loss. But now, he’s asking too damn much. He wants her to open her home to new allies who, until only recently, were their fiercest foes. Wolves.

Calum Fletcher already bristles against providing muscle to a vampire force. Content living in his remote mountain cabin, he’s never been much for mixing with other wolves, much less making nice with vampires. He was already having a hard time dealing, but the woman letting him bunk in her home wears an even larger chip on her shoulder. Quickly, his new favorite sport is goading her into losing her temper—because everyone knows a vampire’s bloodlust leads to very sexy places…

Read an excerpt…

The moment Calum Fletcher stepped into The Cavern, his body quickened. The heavy thud of his heart pounded at his temples. His skin prickled. Above the scent of booze and sex, he noted the musty, metallic odor of blood, and his stomach churned. Every instinct shouted danger.

Striding past the brawny, dull bouncer at the door, he kept moving, needing to draw calm around him before his nature was revealed. Although the vampires had been warned of his pack’s arrival in Seattle, he preferred to cloak himself in humanskin, free of wolf scent. The better to study the enemies he’d now be aligning with in war.

Dance music beat against his body. Bright, strobing lights pierced his eyes. Turning from the dance floor, he moved toward the bar, ignoring the activities of the patrons—the feasting, the fucking. Everywhere, except at the bar, an orgy of bloodlust and sexual excess was in progress.

The blonde behind the bar gave him quick, assessing glance. Her green eyes narrowed. “Can I get you a drink?” she asked, all the while continuing to watch him as though she expected trouble.

“A beer.”

“No preference?”

He shook his head, wanting to look away, but he was studying her as well. The blonde, uneven cut that barely reached to her chin looked wind-tousled. Her pale unpainted cheeks were as smooth as porcelain. Her mouth was bowed but held in a tight, firm line. Below, her figure was lean and muscled with only a slight flare of hips and a meager bosom.

And then he viewed her clothing—a black, form-fitting tank and faded blue jeans with ragged holes over both knees, stuffed into square-toed black boots. Harsh, dark. Echoing the look in the eyes.

Vampire, he concluded. Had she already guessed his true nature?

She placed the beer on a cardboard coaster in front of him. “Haven’t seen you here before,” she said, her voice soft, but with a hint of an edge.

“I’m from out of town.” Out of state, actually, but he didn’t elaborate.

“How did you find this place?”

He gave a shrug then met her gaze, locking with it. “I was walking along the docks. Heard the music.”

She frowned. “And once you came inside…?”

Her tone clued him she was angling to hear what he thought of what was going on. A human who ventured inside by accident should be shocked. So, she hadn’t made him.

He held still. Barely breathed. If she knew he wasn’t a willing “host,” someone who understood the rules of the blood exchange, what would she do? His curiosity was piqued by her deepening frown and downturned mouth. Was she considering giving him a “friendly” warning?

Calum broke with her gaze and glanced at the dance floor. Most pairs danced, bodies moving in a wild fervor. A few barely swayed while hosts’ necks bent and vamps’ mouths worked, teeth and tongues biting and licking. He barely repressed a shudder. Worse, his gums tingled. When he turned back, he didn’t bother hiding a frown.

She reached out a hand and cupped the back of his wrapped around the beer. “Are you curious?” she asked, her voice thicker than before and lisping.

Curious about her, yes. Which should have alarmed him. But she wasn’t flirting and wasn’t attempting to use her vampire’s tricks to seduce him. Her gaze was direct. A straightforward challenge.

And although he wasn’t there to play, he did have time to satisfy his curiosity. The rest of his pack would be arriving soon enough. He’d pushed ahead of the convoy while they’d stopped for a meal. He gave a slight nod.

Her chest rose, and she lifted a hand to signal to a waitress, who made her way behind the far end of the long wooden bar. Then the blonde lifted the hinged, vertical opening in the bar and stepped through to join him.

Standing next to him, she had to raise her head to meet his gaze, something that appeared to irritate her, because a frown dug a line between her brows. “Bring your beer.” She stepped past him, skirting the dance floor and moving toward a row of leather-upholstered booths at the opposite side of the room, lit only by candles set in decorative glass bowls.

He followed, beer in hand, then slid into the booth she indicated.

Rather than taking a seat opposite him, she slid in beside him and turned, raising one knee to the seat. Her gaze went to his beard then trailed over his chest and below, before slowly rising again to his face. “I’m Ginnie,” she said, her voice huskier than before.

He noted the sharpened tips of her corner canines, peeking from beneath her upper lip. “Calum,” he said, his own voice deepening. His breathing was coming faster, sitting this close to her, drinking in her sweet-almond scent, which should have acted like repellent. But almond blended with a slight hint of vanilla and her feminine musk, and now moisture gathered in his mouth. He wanted a taste.

His mouth twitched and, inside, he laughed at himself for his attraction. How long had passed since he’d fucked a woman? Now, he wished he’d come better prepared. Vampires were naturally sensual creatures. That was all this lust was. He was growing aroused because she was what she was, and he’d been without for far too long.

19 comments to “Flashback: Big Bad Wolf (Contest — 3 Winners)”

  1. Kymberly Holland
    · June 16th, 2018 at 9:11 am · Link

    Dayummmmm. This is one of your hottest teases! Can’t wait to devour it!

  2. Becky Ward
    · June 16th, 2018 at 9:25 am · Link

    I enjoyed reading this tease of Big Bad Wolf. I’m surprise that I haven’t read any of your Night Fall series yet. I have read plenty of your other stories though.

  3. Pat Bohn
    · June 16th, 2018 at 9:29 am · Link

    I started reading your work years ago but haven’t read a lot lately although I keep up with what you are doing. Glad that you are still writing since others from way back aren’t anymore.

  4. ButtonsMom2003
    · June 16th, 2018 at 10:53 am · Link

    How did I miss Big Bad Wolf?! Your Nightfall series is one of my favorites. I wish I didn’t need to sleep so I could read more. 🙂

  5. Mary McCoy
    · June 16th, 2018 at 11:05 am · Link

    A selection of tasty Delilah candy….. yum!

  6. Debra Guyette
    · June 16th, 2018 at 12:04 pm · Link

    Fantastic! I want to read more.

  7. Felicia Denise
    · June 16th, 2018 at 12:17 pm · Link

    FOURTEEN? Wow! You have been busy! Congrats!

  8. Colleen C.
    · June 16th, 2018 at 12:39 pm · Link

    You choose such great snippets to grab one’s attention with!

  9. BookLady
    · June 16th, 2018 at 5:12 pm · Link

    Great excerpt! I’d love to read more.

  10. Tamara Kasyan
    · June 16th, 2018 at 10:05 pm · Link

    I love this series! I’ve read a few here and there and can’t wait to read more of them!

  11. Gayle Lazur
    · June 16th, 2018 at 10:14 pm · Link

    One of your series that I have missed and would love to delve into. Love all your other books that I have read. One of my automatic go-to authors.

  12. Vanessa
    · June 17th, 2018 at 1:07 am · Link

    Great excerpt. Definitely need to read this series.

  13. Vanessa
    · June 17th, 2018 at 1:09 am · Link

    Great excerpt. Definitely need to read this series.

  14. Jennifer Beyer
    · June 17th, 2018 at 12:09 pm · Link

    So I just finished one of your stories! I would love to read another. And this list offers a couple of possibilities. Thanks for the giveaway.

  15. DeAnne Taylor
    · June 18th, 2018 at 10:12 am · Link

    Cant believe I haven’t read these yet! Any and all look good!

  16. Debra Jones
    · June 20th, 2018 at 12:49 pm · Link

    All of them sound fantastic!

  17. Arlene Pettersen
    · June 22nd, 2018 at 5:26 pm · Link

    Big Bad Wolf sounds like a delicious read.

  18. Pamela
    · June 23rd, 2018 at 2:41 pm · Link

    Would love to read ur books. I love vampire books an shape shifter books as well.

  19. Pamela Chisholm
    · June 24th, 2018 at 12:25 am · Link

    The cover on books look awesome

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